The budget for the next two years has been approved by the Israeli government. It is worth mentioning the addition of 9 billion shekels to the Itamar Ben-Gvir Ministry of National Security.
This extra budget will allow the recruitment of thousands of police officers, 1200 prison guards and the creation of a “National Guard”, all of which are intended to restore control and strengthen internal security in the cities and in the streets against car hijackers, agricultural thefts, gun thefts, bedouin riots in the Negev and towns in the South, and so on and so forth.
Another good news from the new budget. Free education has been approved from the age of 2 (not from the age of 3, as it was until now).
Before the elections Netanyahu promised that there would be free education from birth, and now the first phase of the program has been approved: free education from the age of two.
This means that institutions that will be approved by government ministries will receive full funding, similar to kindergartens, starting at the age of two.
Additional good news. The government has announced the addition of a credit points on the income tax bill for children between the ages of 12 and 18. As you may recall, the previous government added a credit points from age 6 to 12.
Now those credit points will also go to men who work and pay taxes, for each child between the ages of 6 and 18.
Finally moving forward. Good news for the people of Israel.